Tracy Wolfson, who was born March 17, 1975, is an American sportscaster for CBS Sports. She covers the NFL, college football, college basketball, and the NBA. Tracy is represented by The Montag Group.
Wolfson grew up in Congers, New York, and went to high school in Rockland County, which is a suburb of New York City. He went to Clarkstown High School North. She has a degree in communications from the University of Michigan.
Wolfson has had a successful career and a happy home life at the same time. To do both, she needs a partner who is supportive, and it looks like her husband, David Reichel, is that person.
When you look into her personal life, Tracy Wolfson is a married woman. She got married to her longtime partner, David Reichel. Wolfson told the New Jersey Jewish Standard in an interview in 2016 that they both went to college at the University of Michigan. But they didn’t start dating until after they had both graduated. Then the couple got married on December 31, 2001.
Read on to know everything regarding Tracy Wolfson’s husband and children.
Meet Tracy And David’s Children
Tracy Wolfson and David Reichel have three sons together. Their family lives in Tenafly, New Jersey, and their children are their top priority. Wolfson told The Jewish Standard in 2016 that her family is her real life and that being a mom is her top priority. “I have a great job that I worked hard to get, and I love it, but I always say that if it doesn’t work out for my family, I’m out. I couldn’t do it without my husband’s support.”
But the veteran Super Bowl host is trying to keep his sons from playing the contact sport. Wolfson told The Jewish Standard, “I can be 95% sure that none of my kids will play football.” “It’s not their preferred sport. They love tennis and play basketball, soccer, and lacrosse. We’ll find out as the child grows up.”
Know About David Reichel
According to his bio at the University of Michigan, Reichel works as a “senior salesperson in the equity derivatives group at Barclays Capital.” Reichel got his economics degree from the university in 1996. In 2001, he went to New York University Stern School of Business to get his MBA in finance and economics.
Know More About Tracy Wolfson’s Career
Wolfson’s voice is also used for sideline reports in the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 games NCAA College Hoops 2K8. On May 22, 2014, it was announced that Wolfson would join Jim Nantz and Phil Simms as a sideline reporter for NFL games on Thursday nights and some Sunday afternoons starting in 2014.
She was the floor reporter for the 2016 TBS and 2017 CBS NCAA men’s basketball championship games. Wolfson has been a sideline reporter for Super Bowls XLVII, 50, LIII, and LV.
In 2005, Mississippi State University asked her to be a part of their College Sports Speaker series. Since then, she has been a spokesperson and master of ceremonies for several Foundation for Diabetes Research events. In 2004, USA Today wrote that she was one of the “Best New Faces” of the NCAA tournament.